Manage your FTP data in MySQL with Talend

FTP (file transfer protocol) is widely employed to transfer files over networks. Most systems support FTP clients and servers, though the protocol's lack of built-in security has engendered variants such as SSH FTP (SFTP) and FTPS (which supports Transport Layer Security (TLS)). Manage FTP data in MySQL with Talend's suite of data integration tools.

Connecting to FTP

To connect to files over FTP, use the tFTPConnection component. Enter the host, port, username, password, and other optional parameters, such as SFTP support.

More info on establishing an FTP connection

More about integrating FTP data

Talend has detailed documentation on how to ETL your FTP data for a better view of the business.

Connecting to MySQL

MySQL is an open source relational database management system based on Structured Query Language.

Connect to MySQL with our native connector in a simple four-step process: Drag and drop the MySQL component from the Talend Palette onto the design workspace and set up your credentials.

Configuring a connection to a MySQL database >

Type in your login details and a few fields about your MySQL data, and you’ll be able to a lot of things with Talend:

  • Write, update, make changes, or suppress entries in a database.
  • Execute the stated SQL query on a specified MySQL database.
  • Check MySQL database rows against specific data quality patterns (regular expression) or Data Quality rules (business rule).
  • Call a MySQL database stored procedure.
  • Write a file with columns based on the defined delimiter and the MySQL or Aurora standards.
  • Obtain the primary key value of the record that was last inserted in a MySQL table by a user.

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